Calling the sex-torture of a Columbia student an "extraordinary evil," an angry judge Thursday sent the sadistic rapist to jail for 422 years - and said he deserved more.
The remorseless rapist, who had to be forcibly dragged into court, showed no emotion, sitting shackled at the defense table, his hands draped in protective mitts to prevent him from scratching anyone.
While Williams can become eligible for parole in 50 years, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Carol Berkman said "the parole board should be aware that this is an extremely dangerous man, who has no regard for the safety or welfare of others or for any legal rule."
Defense lawyer Arnold Levine argued that Williams was "psychotic" and pleaded with the judge for mercy.
"Nothing I can say mitigates the crime," said Levine, who plans to appeal. "Give him some hope of someday getting out. To do that is the humane thing to do."
His argument fell on deaf ears.